As presented by Kevin Cotter for Credit River Tractor Club
1944 Farmall A Manufacturer: International Harvester Factory: Chicago, Illinois Total built: 117,552 Original price: $750 (1947) International Harvester 4-cyl gasoline
From 1924 until 1963, Farmalls were the largest selling row crop tractors.
The Farmall A and B were nearly identical tractors. The A featured an offset engine and wide front end. The offset engine was known as “Cultivision”. The B had a centered engine, seat offset to the right, and narrow front end. A high-crop AV version was available.